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# ups and downs

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2022
# ups and downs
The community that wouldn't die - 90 years without a home, 60 minutes from a Leinster title
No one gives The Downs a chance against Dublin giants Kilamcud Crokes today but this rural club has been defying the odds throughout their history.
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'I remember thinking every season was going to be like that, just winning'
Jordan Larmour had early success in rugby but has had to deal with injuries recently. He’s still only 25.
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From Galway All-Ireland win to life without hurling in Amsterdam
Galway All-Ireland winner John Hanbury reflects on his playing career and reasons for stepping away from the game.
All time
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Brennan sees red, but his penalty rebound gives Waterford win in Derry
Shane Giriffin gave Waterford the lead before Brennan’s eventful turn.
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Winners and losers: the state of play after the final round of the National Football League
October silverware for the men of Kerry, Roscommon, Cork and Limerick.
# enduro
Callaghan raring to be 'unleashed' on the world's mountains after refreshing home runs
The Dubliner stripped back some of the structure from his training routine and set out to enjoy his bike during lockdown.
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'I've been fired, let go, hired. I've moved provinces, I've moved countries'
Former Munster centre James Downey is now working as a player manager with rugby agency Esportif.
# highs and lows
Kildare star Curley flying the flag in Grand Final after taking different route Down Under
It’s turned into much more than chasing a coveted AFLW deal for the Collingwood CrossCoder.
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Premiership reportedly propose season without relegation to form 13-team division
Automatic relegation could also be scrapped in favour of a play-off between the existing top-tier side and the best Championship club.
# opening up
'I remember actually crying and thinking, 'I'm never going to play for Dublin again''
Dublin’s Amy Connolly shares her story.
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The winners and losers from Wildcard weekend
It was a mixed weekend for Marcus Mariota.
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11 stories that summed up Ireland's crazy property market in 2017
Do you remember how Orla moved back in with her parents to save for a mortgage?